Using the most technologically advanced equipment, Bowling Green Technology College (BGTC) in Bowling Green, Kentucky offers training in the most up-to-date, in-demand careers.
With campuses throughout Bowling Green county, BGTC offers its largest number of associate degree programs at its main campus in Bowling Green. Over 15 associate’s degrees are offered in such in-demand fields as Nursing, Automotive Technology, Fire Rescue, Surgical Technology and Welding. BGTC’s main campus also has a general studies program for those who wish to transfer to a four-year school.
All classes use the most up-to-date equipment and laboratory facilities to make the BGTC learning experience the most relevant to the work world.
For students who have yet to earn their GED or who need to acquire basic skills, BGTC’s Bowling Green campus also offers adult-learning programs.
With small classes and numerous partnerships with local businesses, BGTC provides maximum learning and career opportunities for its students and graduates.
Bowling Green also provides opportunities outside of the classroom. To help students refine their work skills, cultivate leadership and meet and work with other students BGTC has a number of professional or academic student organizations. These include The Health Occupations Students of America and The National Technical Honor Society.
A transition center, as well as academic advising, learning centers and a library and computer lab are all also housed on BGTC’s Bowling Green campus.
BGTC’s tuition is half the price for in-state students than for out-of-state students. However, eligible students may still receive partial or full financial aid through such sources as grants, loans, Veteran’s benefits and scholarships.
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